The Bronze Bow - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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One morning Ebol, the sentry, gives Daniel a message scrawled on a piece of pottery. His grandmother is dying. Daniel goes down to the village and finds that his grandmother's house is bolted shut. He is told that his grandmother and sister have been locked inside for ten days. No one will go there because they are scared the demons that possess Leah will affect them also. Daniel would like to just leave, but with the neighbors watching him, he cannot turn his back on his sister and grandmother. He breaks down the door and enters to find Leah curled up in a tight ball of fear, but his grandmother speaks to him briefly. She says, "Daniel - you've come." Then she becomes quiet. Daniel gets a doctor, who says that only her will has kept her alive the last few days. He tells him to forget...

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